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Which insect bores tunnels deep into the wood (or xylem) of host trees?

Which insect only attacks large trees (greater than 12 inches diameter)?

Which of the following is NOT necessary to include in your EAB/ALB report?

Which of the following is a characteristic of ash trees?

Which is NOT a defining characteristic of an invasive species?

Which picture shows an adult EAB?

What does EDRR stand for?

Which of the following images does NOT show potential ALB damage?

Which photo shows galleries made by EAB larvae?

Which of the following is NOT a typical sign/symptom of ALB?

Which agencies are responsible for preventing and managing EAB and ALB in Oregon?

Which insect is originally from Asia?

If you think you see signs or symptoms of an EAB or ALB infestation, where should you report?

Which ash species are we most concerned about if EAB were to be introduced in Oregon?

Approximately how long is an EAB adult?

What is the main reason that it is difficult to control EAB?

ALB was first found in the US in which state?

Which is an example of an invasive forest pathogen currently in Oregon?

Which pictures shows an adult ALB?

Which of the following trees is NOT an ALB host?

Which picture does NOT show ash leaves?

Which EAB life stage does the most damage to the tree?

The most likely time of year that EAB adults would be active in Oregon is:

In which of the following scenarios would you feel it is NOT appropriate to report EAB or ALB?

Which of the following is NOT a typical sign/symptom of EAB?

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